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"Started after contracting Cove in 19 2 were in Mississippi, a third grade teacher died in South Carolina and a 34 year old special ed teacher in Missouri, died this past weekend since the pandemic was identified in February, the American Federation of Teachers says 210 of its members have died. The federation's calling for mandatory faith Facemasks, strict social distancing and on Lee Online learning in areas where community spread is growing like Mississippi, where more than 600 schoolteachers and staffers have become infected since the new school year began. I'm Jackie Quinn. More colleges and universities are also struggling to control covert 19 outbreaks. The University of George's reporting more than 1400 new Corona virus cases in the past week, there have now been nearly 3000 total infections linked to the School in the past. But administrators at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, have quarantine students in their dorms in off campus housing for the next two weeks because of a rising number of covert 19 cases. A county official in Madison, Wisconsin, is demanding. The University of Wisconsin immediately sent all undergraduates living on campus home to contain the Corona virus. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Elland Generous had been filming her show from home during the quarantine, but she starts back up again soon in studio, and it comes after big shakeups at that show, The Ellen generous show is returning. Here she is now it'll be on TV is Monday, September 21st, and it follows allegations all summer of workplace misconduct and a toxic work environment. It also comes after three top producers were fired for their behavior, The talk show host and a statement says. I can't wait to get back to work and back to our studio. And yes, we're going to talk about it. The new season season 18 We'll kick off with in studio Guest Tiffany had ish Mac Piper CBS News Coming up next in money news..
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"There not anywhere near the public schools. Bradley University. Which is ah, you know, Peoria based school 4500 students last year, they told every student on campus that did show about in harmony and where there sounds like a lot of them. Everybody has to quarantine for two weeks, they said. We're going to do everybody come back to campus. They were doing in person learning. They had to shut it down. There were parties so now they said, Everybody stay where you're living for two weeks. No socializing. No in person learning. We're going to see if we can nip this thing in the bud. But they've had an outbreak. It just seems like every time somebody a city a state of school decides, Okay, let's give it a try. Nothing bite you. It just it's it's not gone yet. Paul, you're on w g N. What did you want to say? Paul? Hey, John. I'm just a little concerned that the impact down the kids how I haven't heard anybody say what percent of the usual screwing experience they're experiencing remotely is 50% 95%. In any case her anybody think Here's the pluses and minuses of the thing. We have to do it. There's no consideration of the impact on the kid's long term here from a socialization quite of, you know, I think socialization and must I don't know my I have. Ah, A son, who is in his late twenties, and he socializes A lot of happily on zoom calls and phone calls, and you know he's on his computer, and it seems to work for him. It doesn't work for me. But are you Are you asking, like what percentage of the student's social life or personal life line, saying if if the normal in classroom teaching with 100 as an effectiveness for the entire kid? What is that remote? What percent is that of 106 in 95% of no big deal, But 30%. It's a big deal. Yeah, that's a subjective thing You're asking for. What do you guess it is? Do you have a clue? Well, you know, I met the professionals. This is what bothers people. So what do you think? But these people get paid a ton of money to be able to tell me that answer, And I haven't heard anybody say with the answer it okay? Maybe somebody will. But again, you're asking for a sort of subjective score like 100 is perfect zero is awful. What is it? My wisdom on this from the beginning has been everybody that's going to go to school this year at home or in school is going to have compromised learning. You know that it just cannot be is good. If they went in with a hybrid model. They'd go home for half a day. Maybe people get infected that still be at home Learning Now they're learning mostly at home completely. That's not great. If they went to school, that wouldn't be great either. It's I think we all have to get her head around that first of all. So what's that? 75% 50% out of the gate? 9 26 31298172 hundred's the number what? Nobody has commented on going back to football yet I thought that was Thea the buzz word for the day. And speed jokes right around the corner. That's all coming up. New home ownership can be a real eye opener..
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"Talked about the lack of supplies. They're needing seen how it could affect the school year and now the superintendent had a remedy. But some say that may not work for all. Take a listen. Our teachers at half on reliable Internet access. We encourage them to teach from their classrooms. I have immune compromised system and it is completely unsafe for me to put myself my family or my family to put me at risk. So going into those buildings to get a better Internet connection is not a possibility for for many of us. And teachers are not the only ones dealing with Internet issues coming up in the next half hour would talk to a parent who said they're already dealing with situations with Internet and it's only day two. For now. We live here downtown on Marshall and newts. Thank you. Students at Bradley University or under a two week quarantine is a school tries to control the Koven 19 outbreak That means all remote learning and no gatherings. Avoid social gatherings of any kind honor off campus. Violations of the quarantine will not be tolerated and will result in disciplinary action. We knew that there was like, approximately like 27 cases. We didn't know there was close to 50 until they sent the email out, so that was kind of am Like a wake up call like Oh, my gosh, I don't know what it would rise that fast. Melody Hampton is among 500 students already under quarantine because someone on her door floor tested positive. Soon started limit their movements to grocery shopping or other essential errands. The suspect in the fatal stabbing of Walgreens workers. Bigger part is doing Bond court today Sincere. Williams is charged with first degree murder and other charges could soon follow. Police say Williams walked into the Walgreens on Sunday, intending to rob the store. He grabbed Olga Calderone around the neck. Is she stocked shelves, Police say it appears that cauldron pushed back and William stabbed her multiple times. There's a growing memorial for the Calderone family outside the store. It was so sweet and so I.
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"Our next guest is one of the people that I've wanted to get on for the last few weeks but we've been side tracked with the corona virus pandemic the Bradley university men's basketball team won the Missouri valley conference tournament had automatic bid to the NCW for the second year in a row we all know what happened the tournament was canceled I graduated from Bradley I root for this guy I root for its program let's welcome in the men's head basketball coach at Bradley university coach Brian Wardle coach congratulations on another strong finish well thank you yeah it was it was a fun year was a great group of guys we have a locker room yeah we obviously wish we could've kept going because we thought we could definitely done some damage there till a permanent but you know it's kind of out of our control well coach when did you get the word that the tournament was canceled and what was your first reaction it happened so fast it was shocked because I believe it was like a Wednesday they talked about planes without stands and then by Thursday was over I think it was if if I recall correctly and yep it was more shocked it was this I want you know this must be serious you know I think I think at the time the but you know you try to get you know console your players are just almost probably a lot more information out there we don't know yet right it's completely out of our control I preach all the time control you can control trust the process you know enjoy the journey not the destination all these things I tell him all the time it kind of comes into play with the situation coach you were talking about your seniors Daryl innate what do you tell them you call them up and what do you say to them to try to console them well you know yeah I think I said sorry I'm sorry it had to end this way on but I also explained to them not many teams and holding the trophy over there had to be cut down that should be grateful to you three seniors Koch making Daryl holding the trophy together onstage for back to back seasons and and I said not many people get stuck on that and the year and we were able to do that we knew we were in the NCW tournaments with the cat so there was a little closure for us if that makes sense weren't really feel bad for like a women's team who had a great year and they didn't get to play conference tournament and other teams throughout the nation that we get the opportunity to compete so you know there was a little a little bit of satisfaction there for our seniors if that makes sense right I get it yes in it was wonderful to see you win the tournament two years in a row yeah I mean Bradley hasn't done it since the fifties you know we want to let you know that was the first time in thirty one or thirty thirty one years and to be able to do it back to back it hasn't been done much in the Missouri valley and it's something we believed we would do we expected to do it we saw ourselves doing that we just got to get healthy this year I think that was our biggest thing with so many injuries in an hour obviously a large child one of our key players right yeah I missed a lot of the year yeah and then we a lot of guys give me the details on a couple games you know we had delayed a key guy off the bench forces out some games I mean it was kind of all year we're playing with injuries and can never get the whole lobster together to practice let alone play a game and you know the last two weeks we were healthy and her like okay you we don't keep compete more I'm still trying to win we were playing for second in in all but the last game of the year I mean we put ourselves in position to get a good seat right because we just want to give that tournament healthy we thought we could win it if we didn't and that's what happened we're talking to a Bradley university coach Brian Wardle there's twelve McMurray kids six of us went to Bradley my father we could be here I love we have a very rich tradition and we follow a Bradley university basketball **** me out because this is the first year and I don't know how many years that I didn't get back to see a game this year but this year we had plans to follow you in the tournament we were hoping that you'd go to Saint Louis some predictions had you in Albany or Cleveland did that matter to you or you just you just didn't care you just want to get to the tournament it doesn't matter it really doesn't I think you obviously want to be somewhere close for you because we said you know what it's Bradley often be equip your area central Illinois they love their hoops I love basketball right and then we all we would like to place somewhere in driving distance for fans because we know they're going to turn out like they did the point last year for us but really at that point did that again that's nothing you have control over so you just gotta give you kinda gotta roll with it and and wherever they put you in whatever CD Projekt prepare and try to put your best effort forth right so I got to ask you about last year the red shoes your eight knowing the red shoes what's going through your mind during that game Brian ward versus Tom Izzo worldwide one against Michigan state at halftime coach we were going berserk here in Chicago yeah we we played well in the last four minutes of the game obviously we let it slip away with giving up some offense rebounds and I thought that really hurts your body get three of them what was going to I mean J. motor you might yeah your in game mode that you're in that moment you really are you're not looking for you're not looking back you really are solved in that moment you know I'm pretty calm under pressure usually so it's like I'm used to it so you just or how do we win this next you know press one minute are we next when the next time you come out you really aren't thinking all man we're gonna win this thing it's it's more of I expected I thought we could compete well with them I thought our players matched up well it's always good match up for us when you play really good teams you you'll make mistakes for five minutes yep you let up in one area they will capitalise upon issue and that's what they did it all comes down to mistakes at the end of the game it does and you know and I'm not a sales hoping my shoes held up because a lot of work for visitors they were gone once I wore this year I was ready for the incident was certainly because all we the last year and you and I both have something in common we both lived in Rockford you were there when I left but you you played for the rocky white baby the man finally fastball system in the early in two thousand one which is like a different whole different ballgame than it is now I wouldn't say bill North Carolina went on market place NBDL and then I went to a CPA and I don't have a pretty good year yeah because you're locked up like that here did you live at that hotel at St now fine I did I believe I did it and I want to explain to people we lived in that we live in the better part of that hotel at all coach that hotel at St now pine is like a bad holiday in from nineteen sixty two when the CBA players they put you there when you're when you're starting out right in the heart of town state now pine but they don't tell us it wasn't the best hotel but the people are great I love the question and they were really good to us and that I agree with you you had a little bit of that signing the signing hotels okay I lived in Rockford for six years in the nineties and I met some of my closest friends there I love it I have a soft spot in my heart for Rockford but I love Bradley basketball and I'm so glad that we had a chance to get you on WGN and you know continued success really I I wish you the best and it's so much fun to see Bradley have a great program like this well I appreciate it it's been a lot of hard work but it's it's why I came here and and from what we expected to do was to get this program back in and contention every year and and I have a last and that's our goal is.
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"Share the road safely dot gov and this is twenty twenty interesting what you find out about people that you've known all a very long time Indian I went to college together Bradley university Peoria and you are very well educated very well versed on the pot right now and would you believe I've never partake in my life he never smoke pot once in your whole life not one not even try it not even try to okay I'm not a pot smoker but I've tried it to each his own right how we collect fees charges and taxes on the state to be half this is from a Andy maser from the Illinois treasurer's office the treasurer's office is keenly aware of the necessity of working with financial institution to collect fees charges in taxes effectively currently we contract with three financial institutions to accept cash cheques and electronic deposits from cannabis related businesses okay so there you go three banks in the state that they use and their state banks they're not federal banks because they want that money correct they want the can't even here in Illinois to recreational pot use in Illinois is expected to reach an estimated one point six billion a year you can smoke it you can chew a gummy you can bake it in a brownie you ever have a gummy wall yeah gummy bears but not to I've never had a gun with a living in Illinois also a better keep an eye on whether high taxes on recreational pot drive users to the black market cook county is looking at taxing marijuana sales at three percent on top of a three percent levy by Chicago in a possible twenty to thirty percent by the state that's too much yeah I that the I don't know I mean I I guess I can see it but a couple different ways people feel that if they go to dispensaries safer situation and yet it might be willing to pay for that safety okay we're all concerned about that representative Kelly Cassidy a Democrat out of Chicago said one of the sponsors of the legislation many states had to go back and reduce their tax rates when they found their tax rates were way too high tax revenues from recreational pot will net the city of Chicago what do you think once in the billions well for the for the state of us for city for the city of hundreds of millions three point five million this year okay less than a hundred estimated sales for the state could generate up to six hundred and seventy six million Vasquez wide annually okay so the governor was right on four to six hundred million how do they come up with six hundred seventy six million others all people with a lot more knowledge of mathematics than you and I they figure that out uhhuh the plot the Ganja to Mary Jane the hash the herb the herb the skunk the boom the chronic Chiba blunt Kelly green the joy smoke the joy stick line pillows ring a bell anybody roster weed was this password or something really sassafras tex mex tweeds we can make the pot Canadian bam bam somebody was busy officers are cal has people are so excited that pot is legalized would you stand in line for anything like that wanna make history I don't know it would depend on what was what was the last time you stood in line probably and probably for like baseball tickets way back in the day this is a great question for people listening right now when was the last time you slept overnight to get tickets or something because I have two things in my head from the eighties that I'm gonna share with the group in a second okay three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred is our phone number also are tax line when was the last time or what was it for where you slept all night to get tickets or something there was a furniture sale I want to say that my then girlfriend now wife started she got there at three thirty in the morning to get huge discounts on furniture I was a lot of people it stay alive for Black Friday yeah for the TV's right at the doors open for the electronic stores or wherever they're going to shop for that big ticket item so that happens every once in awhile right okay I want everybody to think about that okay the last time you slept out only but you have to see about honor can you get there really early like how early is early well I got two three AM okay hold all along to this was sport Mart yeah was a ticket ticket tron right now let's of course so I stood in line at that ticket tron out there on walking in a dumpster for overheated baseball tickets opening day baseball tickets what year was that as with nineteen eighty five I want to say it was nineteen eighty five at the Peoria Civic Center I stayed out all night to get tickets for Huey Lewis and the news nice was it worth it that would've been a good show great show that was a sport album guys and it was number one it was Huey Lewis in the news but staying out all night you will become a community with the people that you're with remember that you bring a lawn chair the heart and soul some people would be drinking then you hit a wall around four and they need to get excited that it eight AM tickets would go on sale and your old friends by the time it's all over right yeah was exchange phone numbers right down your number in order number back then let's stay awhile let's go in a bar before we go see Huey Lewis and the news yeah when was the last time you stayed out all night for something let's go to NYC in Andersonville Nick what was it yeah we're out here waiting for this that spent three thirty three to Ryan and there are four hundred to five hundred people on the fly you're kidding where are you Anderson Val dispensary thirty three the lines around the block I live in Rogers park some like I'm gonna get there fifteen minutes early very simple and and people are camped out I'm I'm a use there but not desperate enough to send the banks again McDonald's and headed back to that that is hilarious snack four hundred people in line right now dispensary I'm in from all over I would imagine most of them are you know out of city are in areas that is not acceptable right yeah people got their chairs they're gonna run out of pocket today they're running out of hot everywhere that I that they're gonna run out at the end of the line there's no way they're stacked up now if you smoke pot you got somebody that you buy it from why do you want to get in line today just to make history because it's legal be a part of it you know just having you know I went to wheeling high school in back in the day you know my friends were getting in trouble for more than I was as a white person I at the same you are my best buddy from high school in high school so I've been changed about nor do I really intend to what the new market does nostalgia and a little bit that's the kind of experience what it looks like but the line is very wide that you know I I as somebody involved in social justice I'm looking forward to see these licenses get approved so we can see if they put their money where their mouth is got it thank you for calling and brother have a great day you too bye now Nick in Andersonville he said about four hundred people Erin line right now okay a lot of people I don't think there was four hundred people in line for Huey Lewis and the news back in eighty five your Civic Center there right in forty people online where I was waiting for those tickets I stayed up all night for Eddie Murphy tickets what was that tour in eighty six I went wrong was it wrong or the one after rod delirious eleven dollars I I think it was delirious got front row yeah nice from road Huey Lewis my only front row experiences Eddie Murphy and Huey Lewis and the news you are the inspiration of because if you wait you know you might get a front row what have you slept all night out for a what have you stayed up all night for furniture ticketed sport Mart Dominic's used to be a ticket yeah okay three one two nine a one seventy two hundred is our phone number time for whether Dave sh one a good start to the new year Pete mostly sunny today high of forty one partly cloudy overnight low in the mid thirties tomorrow clouds moving in mostly cloudy overall but still.
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"Andrea my office is that Bradley university one of professor emeritus now we we don't yet have years of experience contact not contact the split it with military people for Robert phone call to your voice mail we were finished with a shooting rubber came into my office set down you reach over and shut the door Bob I have to tell you something I'm I'm going to reveal something he told me that he had been a fair and objective the story about the three digit thing if he calls it I'm not sure I would call it that but at night we awaken from experiences I suppose back in a in the days of John the Baptist and Ezekiel what they called visions we would call the things that happen to us with their very real we see things happen when we wake up that in my case three thirty three Roberts said I I've been abducted and I have this thing that happens to me every day is for every night at four forty four nice as well thinking about it from the robbers three thirty three wholesalers and have for talking with rob repent going back on my history I think having the vision odd things happen to me for a very long time starting with that and that the object to that photograph subjective and with their first face you have opened my mind opened up I woke up on what my god they're real so I've been contacted by them Robert has been contacted by them he and I share experiences now we we call each other we email each other or things that happen to us or our part amazingly similar and I think you I just think that finally having that somebody who could explain to me what was going on Robert Hastings I felt like is this is Robert indicated earlier that we needed to come out and tell other people about this that all the people who who claim to be exact fees are not crazy about lunatics the well I'm a people over here if the thirty street shooting great well founded researcher doctor Jacobs I think for both of you you've both tried to maintain a certain arm's length distance and a a degree of objectivity separate from the larger you up community if you can call it that both the you you know you're not on the all the cable shows every week there on television you're you're not at all the the big conferences you've you've both spoken in public obviously and I've been interviewed before but you're you're not on the circuit at for your own reasons Bob you wrote in the book you have a section where you said your for two in this is grace the fanciful jabber ratings of fat lady we ladies in kimonos a conference or so or slack jawed pranksters making claims of kinship with whack goes from the Pleiades are going to trading posts at which they've enjoyed luncheons on Venus aware that you of all investigative equivalent of a fart in church allowed silly disturbance that ruptures the moment of repose and contemplation I mean there's a certain degree of of animosity or distrust of the larger you up a picture and yet here you are saying and I'm I'm more like it then I then maybe I want to admit the problem with our shields with your for research is the it has been hello Jeffrey.
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"Updates you need to make this holiday season do it right for less start with lows offers fell through twelve five US only all right more military movie talk my dad tells a joke and a black **** express all coming up in the last half hour of the show right now let's get to the news twenty nine degrees at four thirty good morning I'm James Sears how cold will get in Chicago over the next few days the cold air coming from Siberia the National Weather Service says some two hundred temperature records could be broken by Wednesday as far south as Texas temperatures could be up to thirty degrees below normal veterans day today a federal holidays that means all nonessential federal offices are closed courts closed as well most schools and public libraries to be closed as are most banks and post offices eighty people have applied to become the new president of Bradley university including Illinois Republican state senator Chuck weaver Bradley university president Gary Roberts retires at the end of may twenty twenty we will continue his campaign for reelection will step down if he's chosen as candidates for the university job today is singles day in China marketing event that's grown into the world's biggest online shopping day listen to this twelve billion dollars worth of goods sold in the first hour today up to nearly fifty billion dollars by mid morning sports traffic and weather next on WGN the holidays are on an Old Navy we're all jeans all pants all sweaters and all our where are on sale up to fifty percent off now gene started just fifteen Bucks for adults ten Bucks for kids all the looks you love even this season's must have plaid styles are on sale.
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"I have not. No. Oh, that was wonderful. Sorry. It was great. I kind of wish I did though I remember I'm a beer away from college. I can go right back there in my mind. I could go right back there physically. Absolutely. A could. I loved it. Where did everybody go to college? Where'd you go again? V Columbia, down to you. That's right. Okay. David. Where'd you go? I went to pace college. Where is pace that is New York City? Lower men, right across the street from city hall. You're kidding. Yeah. It's now call pace university. When I was there it was still call pace. So you're right in the heart of it. I love New York. Yeah, it was a short stroll up to little Italy, and it was not unusual in a Friday night for a bunch of us to go up and get some cappuccino, and cannoli, man. That is nice old fashioned cappuccino where they put the thing inside that heats up the, the drink like Assad, look like a soldering iron. Oh, sure. So that's that's before they had any of the fancy Expresso machine. So you went to college in New York v. You went to college downtown Chicago, and I went did you go downtown Peoria, Bradley university. Nice. All towns you, baby. I love that school. I do. I could go back tomorrow. As a teacher. Let's take a look at news coming up. We're gonna talk the petty caps. Okay. But first news is brought to you by hearing health center dot com. Here's David to teams and a fifty nine year old man were wounded this evening. They were shot by a man of God office, ETA BUSTER Seventy-seven than south St. the lights are back on 'Argentina or Kuun Paraguay authorities in all three countries still trying to figure out what triggered the massive power failure. And Illinois says some of its customers had governor state university, Arbor's ACRI creek fairway clubs, pinewood courts and areas west of I fifty seven including green garden township you can now Drake your top order again. The lead levels are back to normal sports, traffic, and weather next on WGN. But let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably mold along ask if anybody noticed the long 'til people to stay off.
"bradley university" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This morning. Charles benson. Nancy hernandez. The president the president Hispanic collaborative in the walkie. And we're going to talk about I want to talk about Pfizer form DNC. And what that all means from your reporting sense. And from your sense, Nancy. I what does it mean to you to have the NCAA Milwaukee? Well, I think it's a very big deal anytime that you get a convention that size in Milwaukee, those kinds of cameras that kind of media attention the kind of platform that Milwaukee can use to showcase itself. It's a fantastic opportunity city really needs to think about in plan and really put our best foot forward. Charles from your reporting side, I'm a Republican. I don't know there's a bad story here. So for me, it's the big political story. It's the epicenter of politics that week in July, but the buildup to it the fact that it's in our backyard historic significance to it, and has so many layers to that we're going to have a lot of opportunity to talk about stories talk about who we are as a city where we're going as a city, and what that means in terms of by having all these is on us for that one period. Even though they'll be talking a lot of politics. They're going to get a sense of who we are. And. We're we're going, and I would think as a reporter the opportunity to interview all the people and becoming a town, and they're already coming, and yeah, they're already some of them are already here real quick. Because you have to leave us at eleven thirty Nancy's going to stick around my big question for my Friday for guess, what do you know that we don't know what you don't know is that on Monday. I'll be celebrating my thirtieth wedding anniversary. Well, that's cool. That's gonna say thirtieth birthday. I wish it was thirtieth anniversary. That's that's a milestone thirty four. So I got married in the walkie on on may six. What is your lovely wife? Sharon cheer, and it snowed that day on which days may six thirty years ago. Measurable snow. It's not so, you know, like crazy on my wedding to okay, I had some sunshine. Why don't let the weather's necessarily indicator of how your marriage is going to buy it? But a great moment. And so I just selfishly sharing that with you and real quick got about a minute. Okay. So the other thing is is that this year this week. I caught up with a friend that I studied journalism with back at Bradley university and pure, Illinois. He happened to be in town to do something on the morning blend had not seen him in thirty two years. And so my lesson learned there was don't spend so much time. You know, just chasing the dream try to find some time catching up with friends. Not just not just on Facebook. But also in life. That's that's a great message. I always tell people when I'm at these events don't wait for funerals and weddings to see your friends and family and all of that neighbors. There's so many opportunities communication makes life easier. Charles Besson grads on the the wedding anniversary to share and you. That's amazing thirty years in this world, we live in that's an achievement. He is Charles Bessette. He is actually leading us. Nancy Hernandez is going to stick around for the next time. And I'm going to get that question for you as well. Thirty.
"bradley university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Not my job to promote the Bradley brand. You know that? And now Bradley basketball then had to answer. And they said, oh, no, no, we apologize. We have restored access to the men's hoops team to longtime journal star beat writer. Dave reynolds. Were we're sorry about this. We denied access. What do you mean? You're sorry for it. How did you let this happen in the first place? And I wish fans are going to believe this doesn't happen. But this happens all the time in today's day and age where first of all let me take you behind the curtain and I've worked in a market in Atlanta. Why I've done sports talk radio in Atlanta since one thousand nine hundred ninety five. My first on air shift in Philadelphia and like the early nineties nineteen ninety two I believe it was. Let me give you a little behind the curtain one thing coaches, general managers players always tried to do to demean sports talk radio is say, well, we don't even listen, and I even listened to that they try to act like that L. Listen yet. I promise you they can recite chapter and verse. Exactly, what is said any day. If you don't believe that I will take you further behind the curtain. There is a professional sports team in Atlanta. That once used to have an intern transcribe record and transcribe the radio show that I work on. Because we weren't the flagship of this professional sports franchise. And the owner wanted to know what was being said about his team. And maybe it's because of the fact that I was an eagles fan. There was transcriptions done. Transcriptions other radio show somebody recording the show then having to transcribe what was said about the team this stuff happens. And there is pressure tried to put on your well. Well, well, are you with us or against us? It's not my job to be with you or against you. As a columnist as a beat reporter as a talk show host. It is not your job to shake the pompoms for the local teams to promote the local teams. It's not your job. Now, it may be the job of your station. To do things to promote the local team, and you may participate in those. The station. I worked for is the flagship station of the largest professional sports broadcasting network in pro sports the Atlanta Braves six eight of the fan. Flagship station. And we do things to promote the Atlanta Braves. But one thing that that little arrangement doesn't do is then dictate to me what my opinions are in the Braves, and thankfully, I don't work for some giant media conglomerate I worked for a guy. And a family business where my integrity is and sold down the river where I'm being called in it. You can't be critical the braids on that trade can't be critical. You can't say that. You don't think the Braves are going to be a winning team this year? You can't say. Thankfully, I don't want to deal with that some people in our business do Bradley university. First of all, whatever Gebran was pulling that on a member of the media. They should be shown the door. That employees should be shown the door. Because obviously, they have no clue how the press works. None at all. Not at all. And we've seen so many times in American society. Now, where press has totally changed their rules and press has decided that they're now victims. Because we have tons of Americans that just flock to hear someone tell them the news exactly the way that they want to hear it. And if you're on the right or you're on the left, and you try to act like it just happens that it's just the other side that does this. You're full of it, and you know. You're the majority. The vast majority of Americans are flocking to hear somebody tell them the news, tell them their sports news, tell them their news news, tell them their politics from somebody who tells them exactly the way, they want to hear it facts. Be damned. And now it's filtered into sports filtered into the sports world. James Dolan thinks he can dictate media coverage. James Dolan thinks he can bully members of the media. To not be critical of them. Or university thinks they can dictate to a member of the press who doesn't work for them. What their opinions are going to be? And whether they choose to promote something or not. Folks, I gotta tell you. I went to college in the mid eighties temple university, proud temple university. Grad fight on house. Love you at a very proud of my university in love love the school. I went to, but I can tell you this. The media today is nothing like the media as I was brought into it. It's nothing like I was taught. It was supposed to be. It's nothing the rules are nothing. Like, I remember. And that's dangerous. And now, it's filtering into sports. Well, we don't think you promote us enough. So we're going to pull your credential. Come on, Bradley, you need every piece of press. You can get for gosh sakes. It is your job to promote yourself. And if nobody's interested blame yourself. My gosh. Good to see the Johnny Manziel is back. Well, not really. I think Johnny Manziel is hotness. And I still don't know do we know why Johnny Manziel got kicked out of Canada. And did they actually walk him to the border and kick them out that happened to my great great? Great grandfather in Scotland. Angus was was found guilty of a crime. And walked to the lie and thrown out of Scotland expelled from Scotland. It involves mob like activities that involve the cattle rustling or something like that. And he was literally walked with his possessions and his family and thrown out of Scotland. Interesting story. But I don't know if that actually happened to Johnny Manziel. I don't know if they brought him to Niagara Falls and gave him a barrel and told him jump in Johnny. You're gone. We're getting you out of here. But now Johnny Manziel is ending up in Memphis now from what I understand the rules of the alliance of American football. The Senate Tonio franchise had a chance to grab Johnny Menzel. And they didn't shocking. Because you would think Johnny Manziel could potentially sell some tickets, even though San Antonio looks like it's still pretty well. As far as crowds, but any announced crowds at these af games. If you see an announced crowd over like twenty grand, you know, they're lying to for the most part, all you gotta do is watch with your eyeballs on the television. And guess what? It's a burgeoning product. Give them time. I'm okay with that. And yes, Johnny Manziel may be great gimmick to get people excited to get people interested to get someone to buy a ticket. But I still wanna know why Johnny Manziel is in Canada anymore. Did he try to smuggle to twenty twos across the border or something? I don't know why. But he's he's gone. And yes, Canadian football above alliance of American football. Even though it's not in TV ratings. I can tell you that. I want to know if I stumble upon Johnny Manziel playing in the American football. I'll watch. Anything else? Well, Johnny's not getting my eyeballs. I can only tell you that. So every professional sports team in college team and everything just see know. None of you own me. If the if CBS asked me to promote something, I promote it. But that doesn't change my opinion on it. And that's how the media is supposed to be some of us have lost our way though, right? All right P where it's one of the worst weeks in sports radio. And I'm going to tell you whether your host is being lazy or not. I got the cheat sheet for you coming up. The Jackie Keijo halftime here.
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"Thus Brundtland graduates. Of course, there's a lot of variety. I love seeing the mid majors go to the tournaments me too. I always I always root for the mid majors like Bradley university or Butler people like that or at Dayton. It's exciting. I like they got a I don't know what they need to do. But there we got to fill out brackets next next Monday. Yeah. You tomorrow I'll fill out a bracket. But I just did this really you don't care. I knew I was well, it's not about brackets. I was I created this. I wrote a blog about. Thing of planning the ultimate NCAA tournament party that in your table to be a basketball team court, and what kind of food you're gonna make and this whole bracket game. And the game is like history or trivia, right? You've put in the bracket. And then you move on. I love the tournament. I love a party. I love this weekend. Friday, the fifteen I'm actually going to Peoria, depaul college prep made state does that mean Charlie's going to state Charlie is going to stay with me? Yes. Pulling him from school. What? Going to go. See my mom and watch them play. Right. Okay. But you know, you got the high school state finals, then you have the college tournaments and then the actual tournament starts a week later. It's exciting. It's great. Watching the game. I wanna just have a party every single day and then had different food and like do this. I got a blender. I've got a brand new getting. Where the Gripper's you love the Gripper's. Well, I always think of something that I could take on shark tank. And it's you just need something. That's a need in somebody invented putting Gripper's on the back of a meat board in Dame made millions you take this and Mr. wonderful jumping all over. This wonder why why didn't that happen? You know? I don't know. Why was that such a cool idea? Why we're doing it? Anyway, no idea. Great question. Coming up next. We are going to talk to a guy. It's a story of hope he was a former addict that turned his life around and he wants to help other people. Great story. I told you earlier in the week. I can't wait to talk this guy on the air because it's a story of inspiration. Yeah. It's a great story. The Steve Cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet. Weekday mornings at seven twenty on seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio on tune in. And the news is sponsored by American weather makers. Here's Pam, thanks. Pete right now, it is overcast breezy at O'Hare with the temperature of about thirty four degrees. Chicago police say a thirteen year old boy has died after he was accidentally shot in the head WGN's. Don, Clemson has more. The Cook County medical examiner's office says Dion Williams was shot about three pm Saturday in Englewood, Chicago police spokeswoman Christine callous says Williams and another team were playing with a gun when it is charged. Police say it's not clear who was holding the gun at the time. No arrests have been made Don clip in WGN news, Chicago police officer is recovering from gunshot wounds received while trying to serve a search warrant for drugs and weapons violations as WGN TV's Kelly. Davis reports that happened last night in the Humboldt park neighborhood in the twenty seven hundred block of west Potomac. Police say a tactical.
"bradley university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"At Bradley university. President Trump showed support for the opposition leader in Venezuela and said president Douglas Medeiros regime has taken the nation's wealth for the people and left the country in poverty crippling shortages of food and medicine Clegg, the country socialism has so completely ravaged this great country that even the world's largest reserves of oil are no longer enough to keep the lights on. This will never happen to us. It says the US will help that is whether returned democracy Iran's president says US sanctions proved that an economic war is being waged on his country. Husayn Romney says the impact of the sanctions indicate there's an economic war is more difficult than a military will honeybees speaking as he inaugurated the third and final phase of the sprawling Persian Gulf star refinery. Inauguration saying in a televised speech that it comes despite America's imposing harsher sanctions on Iran. The Trump administration last year pulled out of Iran's nuclear deal with willpower and reimpose sanctions on Iran talking. It's vital oil sector. I'm Charleston with asthma. Authorities say three children at woman were found dead in the pair gunshot wound to the hobble western Michigan. Firming that there are three children and one adult that are deceased. We're still in the process of trying to Sherman everything that happened Kent County sheriff Michelle law young authorities. Don't believe there is a shooter large investigation is ongoing. A Florida sixth grader faces charges of disrupting a school function and resisting arrest after confrontation that followed his refusal to stand for the pledge of allegiance, according to lakeland police the students actually refused to leave the room continue to be disrupted at made threats against police. More of these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Scott from plugging pest free. I want to personally thank all my plug impasse, very cosmos who've taken the time out to call right.
"bradley university" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Forgot Klay probably hitting his vape pen. He's like, I said something witty little X-rated, maybe. Yeah. Yeah. We told them to get stuffed five zero said injustice for all absolutely. Do we got to stand up for the common, man? I just won't it. Just rubbed me wrong. And it's so funny because I was I was hosting with Marcus Thompson that day. And by the way, Mark is gonna win. It's just a few minutes and said man, you ain't let nothing slide. I'm like not something like that was like the time that I was McDonald's in somebody's berating the gal at the counter about the price of chicken nuggets because twenty nuggets was four ninety nine. So he thought ten nuggets should be two fifty. And it's like, no that's not the deal. And so the guy wanted ten nuggets for two fifty and it's like that's not how it works. They want to sell you the twenty. Okay. He's like well ten no gates is like four fifty. I'm like, so then just get the twenty homeboy in your good for an extra fifty cents or get the ten for four fifty. But either way let's get a move on. And it was berating the gal that work there and that wrote me wrong. So almost got in a fistfight at McDonald's. But it's all right. I mean, I'll draw a line in the sand. Every now, and again, we just can't have. People running rampant like this in the world. All right. We can't do it. I'm not gonna stand for it. Who was average my mom? That was Ron chiming in with the Al Pacino, quote was from a scent of a woman. Oh, there you go. All right. And he said to keep up the good work. Oh, thank you know. I knew I knew devil's advocate. He was a lawyer. Right. I mean, that's why I was thinking I've actually never seen scent of a woman, and I'm cool to say that I'm okay to say that I've seen it. It's a good movie. I hear it's a good movie too. But I just don't feel like I need to see it. You know what I'm saying? Like, I just I don't know. Yeah. It's curious O'Donnell when he's like about fourteen looking out, Patrick patio. Bryant dude Bradley university's own. No, no doubt, Anthony Randolph ideology. See there you go. I I remember the night. The worst drafted Ralph and Tom had him on the show. And I remember how excited everybody was Ike. Fricking DR goo. Oh, man. It takes me back. All right. Jackson with a C, dude. All yes. Good stuff. All right. Top of the hour. Marcus Thompson, the second of the athletic is gonna join us for luxurious athletic better. Remember, what movie that's from demure Suzy athletic total recall, bro. When he's designing the girl that he wants before he fades into dreamland, and he goes Schwarzenegger goes demure athletic and then he passes out. Yeah. He's not gonna want to come home. Give them another. Give them a thirteen seed, Charlie. Oh, he's gonna have a great time. He's not gonna want to come home, dude. Oh recall recall. It's great movie. And I'm not talking about the trash remake either talking about the, oh, gee, how dare you remake total recall dare, you remake point break. Basically. How dare you remake anything to be perfectly honest. And now like what are they doing like Spiderman remakes like didn't? They told me McGuire. Spiderman come out like a year ago. Okay. Maybe it came out in two thousand but point is. We don't need all this remake crap already mean. Seriously enough is enough. Remember that jaylo movie enough? Yeah. There you go. I haven't seen that either. But I know about it, and I can talk about it. But I won't do that coming up next on the.
Trump, Abe to meet despite strain over North Korea, tariffs
"Appropriate thing to do on the question that i will ask is is eight can make it into law in does it tie the hands of our military behind our backs for not chemical assessment team now in dumas they're tasked with assessing weather banned chemical substances were used in the april seventh attack north korea and the possible meeting between president trump and king jr kim jong un will be on the table today but it may be trade that's the biggest issue to discuss as the president host japan's leader for two days in florida bob costantini with more minister ave is probably glad to be in florida not only for the gulf he might play with president trump leaving behind a corruption scandal rocking japan it will hardly be smooth sailing at maralago since obey is wondering why president trump has not exempted japan from pending steel aluminum tariffs just yesterday in florida mr trump mentioned trade deficits off hand and south korea so many countries it's massive numbers south korea however like most other major producers of steel has been exempted for now obey does one hand to play since the president is rethinking his decision to get the united states of the transpacific partnership trade pact japan is now the leading economy in that deal bob costantini washington beverly members finalizing the funeral details for bradley university student from chicago who was shot dead at an off campus party earlier this month nas jay murray's funeral will be held this weekend in chicago.
16-year-old arrested in murder of Bradley University student from Chicago
"Shot and wounded a young man who was holding a woman at gunpoint during an apparent break in police responding wednesday evening to an apartment in the city's west town neighborhood found the year old woman being held officers approached the man and one of the officers fired wounding the nineteen year old in the lower body he was taken to a hospital in stable condition police say that a shot from the man's gun wounded the woman in the arm she's in good condition in the hospital the shooting now under investigation firefighters battled a massive blaze at a historic home in west suburban hinz dale yesterday afternoon emergency crews responded to the scene of the three hundred block of east sixth street the home built in eighteen ninety nine the homes owners out of town the cause of the fire is ongoing it caused the fire is now under investigation a sixteen year old boy has been arrested in the double murder of a bradley university freshman from chicago and a man killed early sunday in an off campus shooting npr more on that story from our kathy volmer eighteen year old nausea murray and the male victim were shot and killed at an off campus party and a woman suffered nonlifethreatening injuries the teen suspect was arrested wednesday night murray's devastated family thought she'd be safer away from chicago southside her cousin april hill telling abc seven thing to her mother and her biggest concern about how children you know she thinks about oh chicago's message does not safe as as going to college great things to have this communist stop us in the face like that this surreal murray graduated from king college prep high school where she was a member of the band and national honor society she was studying biomedical science at bradley and wanted to be a doctor kathy volmer wls am eight ninety news the mastercard foundation says it will stop supporting programs with michigan state university as the school deals with fallout from a former sports doctor convicted of molesting athletes one forty five million dollar program funds the education of students from sub saharan africa another thirty.